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With tax time fast approaching, here are five tax time tips to ensure you maximise the deductions for your investment property. 1. Understand what deductions you’re entitled to As a property investor, you’re entitled to a range of tax deductions. These will help lower your taxable income and make owning...

Triple Zero Property has partnered with Uniforms 4 Kids (U4K) which helps children throughout Australia. This great initiative has already provided over 5000 clothes to children from repurposed uniforms.  The Uniform 4 Kids program was pioneered by Order of Australia recipient Yvonne Pattinson in 2015...

What is depreciation? As a building gets older and items within it wear out, they depreciate in value. The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) allows property investors to claim a deduction relating to the building and fixtures it contains. Depreciation can be claimed by any owner of...

When an investor starts claiming depreciation, they can reduce their tax liability. This is because depreciation essentially lowers their taxable income, meaning they may be able to put more money back in their pocket at tax time. For many investors, the additional savings depreciation provides them can...

The difference between ‘Joint Tenants’ and ‘Tenants in Common’ Buying a property is an exciting time for you and your partner and is often another milestone achieved on your journey together. When it comes to the transfer documents though, do you purchase it with your partner as...

Depreciation can be a rather complex area with specific rules, qualifying dates, depreciation rates, methods for claiming and pre-determined effective lives of assets. As such, claiming depreciation deductions can be a confusing task for many property investors. For this reason, it’s imperative that investors get a...